Move over Google, video recording glasses for kids. I’m Fred Fishkin with technology BootCamp, a report on gadgets and gear. Odds are you haven’t equipped the kids with Google’s pricey Google Glass. But toy maker Spin Master is out with a new addition to its Spy Gear toy line that can suffice for now. Brand Manager Anne Thouas…
“These ones here are 29.99, allow you to record twenty minutes of video, also with audio, or take up to two thousand photos. Super easy for kids to be able to use. Put them on your head and they have a built in camera on the front. Point and shoot is very easy that way because wherever the kid looks they’re recording. Simple buttons on the side for them to be able to toggle between either taking videos or photos. And there’s even a red LED on the inside similar to a Google Glass that allows you to see if you’re recording or not recording or if you’re taking a photo.”
Also fun for kids is the Spy Gear Ultimate Night Vision…which sells for about forty dollars. You can find us with archives, interviews and more at BootCamp.com. I’m Fred Fishkin.